Alaska and Hawaii

May 31, 2012

DEADLINE: National Tropical Botanical Garden's Environmental Journalism Fellowship

National Tropical Botanical Garden’s Environmental Journalism Fellowship, August 13-17, 2012 in Hawaii, is designed for working journalists in broadcast, print, and online media. It provides deep backgrounding in tropical ecology and conservation, and is designed to enhance informed, accurate reporting on environmental issues. Apply by May 31st.

"Native Alaskans Divided On State's Oil Drilling Debate"

"Shell Oil plans to explore for petroleum off Alaska's north coast this summer. The native people of Alaska have a big stake in both oil revenue and environmental protection. That conflict has played out in recent trips by Inupiats to Washington, D.C., to argue their case."

Source: NPR, 03/20/2012
March 12, 2012

DEADLINE: Disaster Management and Resiliency Journalism Fellowships

This new 14-day professional dialogue, study and travel program (May 13-27), co-sponsored by the East-West Center and the Center for Global Partnership, will introduce participating journalists to a broad range of disaster management activities in the United States and Japan as well as post-disaster challenges to political, economic and energy resiliency. Apply by Mar 12th.

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